Are you ready to get engaged in the research process? Clinical Trails Ontario created the following tool to help you decide if you may be ready to engage in the research process. Find more information here.
Did you know that children, youth and families can have an active role in CHEO research – beyond consenting to participate in a study! You can help to determine the research questions to be answered, influence the study design, and so much more! This video shares many ways that the general public can help to make discoveries today for healthier kids tomorrow.
Special thanks to the Algonquin College Interactive Media Management program for the production of this video. Kudos, Marida Waters, Joël Boudreau, Helen (Ye) Yang!
We are currently looking for CHEO family members who believe in the impact research can have on the care we provide. As a Family Leader you will be given the opportunity to provide feedback on research projects in two ways: as a Research Project Reviewer or a Research Project Advisor.
- Share your experience
- Make a difference
- Help other families